New Home Construction

Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth at the 2012 Senior Expo held at Shaver Complex. It was a pleasure meeting new potential customers as well as seeing several of our previous customers. It was a GREAT homeshow and we were proud to be a part of it.

We would also like to announce the winners of our $20.00 Lowe’s give-a-way certificates. Our 2 winners were Lisa Matusch of Seneca and Bessie Capps of Walhalla. We appreciate you stopping by our booth and hope you enjoy spending your gifts.

Now to show you what we’re all about…… There’s no greater satisfaction than to take a piece of land, a set of plans and a person’s dreams along with a set of skills and knowledge and watch that plan transpire into a reality. Building a dream is more than building a structure. It’s building a home for good times, families and memories.


S-Tek New Home Construction










From time to time, during our family gatherings, our children will share about growing up in our home . We’ve talked about their rooms, sleepovers, animals being born under the barn, playing in the creek with friends, and neighbors who made an impact on all of our lives. So, that structure you may be considering is more than lumber and wire….it’s a dwelling for all the important things life is made of.

Renovations and Remodels

The new interest of homeowners is not to sell and buy, but to update and improve what they currently own. S-Tek had the opportunity to work with a previous customer to give their home new life. This home received a new skin of Nichiha Shake siding highlighted with a touch of rock work and a new architectural shingled roof. Needless to say the customer was very, very satisfied with the new look and the house was definately beaming with style.

























Completed job!                                                                             

Beautiful home!

A satisfied homeowner!



Kitchen Remodel


We just completed a kitchen renovation for one of our previous customers. This renovation involved removing a wall that is currently separating the dining room from the kitchen. The homeowner’s vision was to create a countertop bar that will keep the two areas separate and allow a more open space for family involvement and entertainment.

A view of the new dividing area form the kitchen.

The new bar area, with updated lighting now provides an open space that allows socializing with family and friends.